My favorite Firefox Plugins

I have tried many web browsers since my first internet experience. Internet Explorer (IE) is the first one I had used, because it is the default browser installed in my operating system. At the university, I start believing on the Linux revolution and in this period I discovered the Netscape browser which has been a serious alternative to IE. Netscape had lost his success and the usage share of Netscape browsers had fallen, between 1998 and 2002 (ref: Wikipedia).


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After Netscape fail, some good web browsers appear like Opera, Safari, FireFox. And those last years we assist to the Google Chrome browser beginning.

Until now my favorite web browser still Firefox. It has more than 60 000 plugins or Add-ons (ref: Add-on statistics). In this article I will present the most useful and amazing Firefox plugins I use today.

Delicious Bookmarks : it access your delicious account and help you tag and manage your favorite WEB sites links.
Password Exporter : This extension allows you to export your saved passwords and disabled login hosts using XML or CSV files that can be imported in another browser or computer.

Pictures and videos
Cooliris: it is a picture and video browser. It gives you another way to explore pictures and videos.
Video DownloadHelper: it is a great Add-on which helps you download and save streaming videos from many web sites like (Youtube, Facebook …).

Firebug: this add-on is dedicated to web developer or designer. It can help them debug JavaScript and solve some problems related to the style sheets CSS or HTML code.
Web Developper: the Web Developer extension adds a menu and a toolbar with various web developer tools.
Selenium IDE : It records web page navigation. It is a great tool to develop fonctional test.

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